Monthly updates for December 2020
Announcing the public preview support of Azure Container Registry across Availability Zones
Execute Python 3 runbooks in Cloud Sandbox and Hybrid Worker.
You can now view live monitoring data for private clusters.
Azure Stream Analytics now supports managed identity for Blob input, Event Hubs (input and output), Synapse SQL Pools and customer storage account. As a result, customers do not have to manage service-to-service credentials by themselves, and can process events when streams of data are coming from Event Hubs in a VNet or using a firewall.
API Management’s Named Values can now be stored and managed in Azure Key Vault.
NFS 3.0 support for Azure Blob Storage preview now supports premium performance tier in all available regions and lower cost standard performance tier in Australia East, Korea Central, and South Central US.
Announcing the public preview of a unified data governance service to maximize business value of data.
Receive improved application monitoring with support for anti-virus scans .
With Azure Storage logs and native export options, it’s more convenient to troubleshoot issues on requests to your storage account.
Available with no stamp fee via new Isolated v2 SKU.
Now access all your Kubernetes related visualizations such as Node-disk, Node-network, Workloads & Persistent Volume, and many more in new Reports(tab). As part of this update you can also view, search, and filter pod Live Logs of AKS deployments for quick troubleshooting.
The stop/start feature can enable cost savings on your database servers as you can stop your Database for MariaDB server when not in use and start the server when you resume activity--paying only for what you use.
Private link enables SQL Data Sync users to choose a service managed private endpoint for the sync service to securely connect to member and hub databases during data synchronization.
This feature enables bring your own key (BYOK) support for data protection at rest, using Azure Key Vault, for Azure SQL Database Hyperscale customers.
The new Azure Monitor Agent and the Data Collection Rules feature of Azure Monitor are announcing the release of several key features including support for on-premises servers (with Arc installed) and virtual machines scale sets, as well as sample ARM templates for programmatic installation and management, in addition to portal UI.
Azure Machine Learning has new updates on View capabilities.
Access cloud resources securely from AKS applications using Azure Active Directory (AAD).
Azure Stack Edge hosts Azure virtual machines so you can run your VM based IoT, AI, and business applications on an Azure appliance at your location.
This public preview refresh deepens development and testing support across platforms and offers the ability to deploy and run on Azure, on any container, or on premises.
With the new Grafana query builder, it is now possible to build dashboards in just a few clicks using a simple graphical experience.